Re: [EAI] [IETF] Content Issues [

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> I suppose it might depend on how it is configured?  I suppose the
> on-behalf-of or whatever could be tricky, but it is already munging the
> message.  So maybe it could just ignore the sender info?

Which makes it impossible to properly identify, or contact, the person who
sent the message. And accountability goes out the window.

> Certainly there isn't anything blocking the digest version?

First, most active partcipants don't use digests, so even if this worked it
creates another subsetting, which is unacceptable.

Second, it doesn't actually work. To the extent digests recreate the semantics
of the original set of messages, they recreate the problems the original
messages had. Explode the digest and you're back where you started.

				Ned